to a triple number, measure, or degree.
in a triple manner; threefold.

Origin of triply

First recorded in 1650–60; triple + -ly Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Contemporary Examples of triply

Historical Examples of triply

  • Therefore shall London envy it, and triply increase her walls.

  • It is always the delivery that does it, as Demosthenes triply assured posterity.

    H. R.

    Edwin Lefevre

  • And that "must" should be spelled in capitals, and printed in red, and triply underscored.

  • For example, an anchor-ring with a cross-connecting tube from one side to the other would be triply continuous.

    Lord Kelvin

    Andrew Gray

  • It was a time when money was triply valued, for little of it passed in circulation.